CCPCS Washington is Looking for a Web Development Team to Redesign their Website (Estimated Budget: $10,000 – $20,000)

CCPCS Washington is Looking for a Web Development Team to Redesign their Website (Estimated Budget: $10,000 – $20,000)

Project Objective:

The main goal of this project is to redesign and develop a new website for Capital City Public Charter School. This website aims to better showcase the school’s mission, achievements, and values, and improve engagement with students, families, educators, donors, and other key stakeholders. The project focuses on creating a modern, user-friendly online presence that honors the school’s history, supports its diverse community, and promotes educational excellence and community involvement.

Key Features:

  1. New CMS Platform: Choose and implement a new content management system that is easy to update and manage by the school’s staff, supporting a dynamic and engaging website.
  2. Bilingual Support: Develop the website to be fully accessible in both English and Spanish, ensuring all students and families can access information in their preferred language without relying on automatic translation tools.
  3. User-Friendly Design: Create a fresh, modern design that reflects the Capital City brand and makes it easy for users to navigate through the site, find the information they need, and engage with the school online.
  4. Responsive Design: Ensure the website looks and works well on a variety of devices, including desktops, tablets, and smartphones, providing a seamless experience for all users.
  5. Engagement Tools: Incorporate features such as a blog, search function, file uploads, contact forms, newsletter sign-up, and links to social media to facilitate interaction and communication between the school and its community.
  6. Information Architecture: Assess and reorganize the site’s content and structure to improve the flow of information, making it easier for users to navigate and access content relevant to their interests and needs.
  7. Accessibility and Optimization: Make sure the website meets accessibility standards and is optimized for fast loading times and high performance across all platforms.
  8. Training and Support: Provide training for the school’s staff on how to use the new CMS and manage the website, along with ongoing support and maintenance to ensure the site remains up-to-date and functional.

These features are designed to meet the specific needs of Capital City Public Charter School’s diverse audience, including multilingual support and tailored paths for engagement for students, families, staff, educators, donors, and partners.

💰 Estimated Budget: $10,000 – $20,000
📆 Deadline for Proposals: March 15, 2024 at 5:00PM ET

See PDF for full project details:
RFP_CCPCS_WashingtonDC_Redesign_$10kto$20k


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* Budget Disclaimer: Some clients do not provide a clear budget, so to save you time, these projects have been estimated to the best of our ability based on project scope & other factors. These estimates are likely within range 80% of the time. However, determining an accurate budget will require due diligence, analysis, scoping and estimating.

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